Maybe something tropical!

Maybe something tropical!

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NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center

On this Sunday morning, NHC is monitoring an area of disturbed weather over the northwestern Caribbean Sea. Land interaction will limit significant development while the disturbance moves across the Yucatan peninsula today and tonight. However, environmental conditions are expected to be conducive for development once the system moves into the southwestern Gulf of Mexico on Monday. This system has a 50% chance of becoming a tropical cyclone through mid-week.Get the latest on the tropics anytime by visiting the NHC website at www.hurricanes.gov.

And when Katrina came onshore! https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=503285113099…

And when Katrina came onshore! https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=503285113099858&fref=nf IF Andrew had done a Katrina track, WOW!


Hurricane Katrina (2005)

Here is an animation of GOES-12 imageries and NWS radar composites during the landfall of Katrina. Check http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/ for the latest WPC analyses and forecasts for the U.S.

And when Katrina came onshore! https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=503285113099…

And when Katrina came onshore! https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=503285113099858&fref=nf IF Andrew had done a Katrina track, WOW!


Hurricane Katrina (2005)

Here is an animation of GOES-12 imageries and NWS radar composites during the landfall of Katrina. Check http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/ for the latest WPC analyses and forecasts for the U.S.

Cool time lapse of Hurricane Andrew!

Cool time lapse of Hurricane Andrew!




#Throwback Thursday: Hurricane Andrew faded into history on August 28, 1992Only three Category 5 hurricanes have impacted the United States: The Labor Day storm of 1935, Hurricane Camille, and Hurricane Andrew.Hurricane Andrew was only the third Category 5 storm to impact the United States. The storm made landfall on August 24, 1992, near Homestead, FL. A reanalysis of weather data in 2004 revealed that the storm's landfall wind speed was 166 mph. Until Hurricane Katrina (2005), Andrew was the most costly U.S. tropical cyclone in history, with damages exceeding $26.5 billion (1992 USD). This animation (developed with archived GOES-7 satellite data) shows Andrew's trek across the southern and eastern portions of the United States. (http://www.nnvl.noaa.gov/)

Cool time lapse of Hurricane Andrew!

Cool time lapse of Hurricane Andrew!




#Throwback Thursday: Hurricane Andrew faded into history on August 28, 1992Only three Category 5 hurricanes have impacted the United States: The Labor Day storm of 1935, Hurricane Camille, and Hurricane Andrew.Hurricane Andrew was only the third Category 5 storm to impact the United States. The storm made landfall on August 24, 1992, near Homestead, FL. A reanalysis of weather data in 2004 revealed that the storm's landfall wind speed was 166 mph. Until Hurricane Katrina (2005), Andrew was the most costly U.S. tropical cyclone in history, with damages exceeding $26.5 billion (1992 USD). This animation (developed with archived GOES-7 satellite data) shows Andrew's trek across the southern and eastern portions of the United States. (http://www.nnvl.noaa.gov/)

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